101 covered reports earlier this week that claim Brighton are interested in signing Manchester United star Scott McTominay as a replacement for Moises Caicedo and the Red Devils could offer up the Scotsman as part of a deal for the midfielder.
Now, it seems Man United could do the same with a second transfer target this summer.
According to Rudy Galetti, Manchester United could include Mason Greenwood in a deal to sign the Denmark striker, as the Italian club has asked about Greenwood during talks for Hojlund.
Hojlund joined Atalanta from Austrian side Sturm Graz last summer.
He has impressed during his spell in Serie A, scoring eight goals in 30 league appearances and seven goals in various cup competitions.
The inclusion of Greenwood in a deal for Hojlund would also reduce the overall fee United have to pay, which is especially good for them this season as they are believed to have a limited transfer budget due to FFP.